Game Masters - Leagues for Champions
"Never allow your misfortune to be the key to your opponent's victory. At the very least make him earn it.
" - David Sapolis
1) Please, tell us more about your company and the kind of product (service) that you develop.
Game Masters main mission is to organize billiard, table tennis and darts tournaments.
2) What is the competitive advantage of your service? How does it contribute to the development of the information technology?
Our competitive advantage is the implementation of a handicap system to increase the chances of winning of the weaker racers. We are the only ones who use such kind of a handicap system, competitors do not have the same. Also, we have a web site for uploading statistics of the different tournaments. It is a unique web site and even the Billiard Federation uses it to upload tournament statistics.
3) We all live in a rapidly changing high-tech world. What are the future solutions that you need to focus on for the development of your business?
We from Game Masters have to focus more on creating new ways of benefiting the players, whether they are amateurs or professionals. Another thing we have to develop are more partnerships with clubs and sporting goods stores as well as promotion of events organized by us.
4) What would you like to achieve in the next 5 years?
Increase of 2-5 times
5) Do you consider Bulgaria a good place for developing a start-up? According to you, which are the main positive and negative factors of developing a start-up here?
Of course, Bulgaria is a great country to start with. There are so many sectors that could be developed, though difficult, and ideas to be realized.
The main positive aspects are that there are many potential sectors and ideas for development. Also, fewer resources are needed to start a start-up in Bulgaria than abroad and last but not least, here we have a favorable environment for getting ideas and/or practical help.
On the other hand, the negative aspects are the administration, the lack of investors, specialists and support from institutions.
6) Is there something that you don’t like or you find particularly annoying about the current situation in Bulgaria? What would you like personally to change about it?
If I could change something it would be the legislation for support of new businesses.
SUN Team 30.05.18